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5th SFG(A) Reunion 2004

5th SFG(A) Reunion 2004, 15-19 September 2004.

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Old 09-03-2004, 19:14   #2
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Ranger:

You jump in on a four year old post to tell us the link is broken.

Meanwhile, you have failed to read and comply with the rules and stickies.

You might want to do so before posting elsewhere again.

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Ranger:

You jump in on a four year old post to tell us the link is broken.

Meanwhile, you have failed to read and comply with the rules and stickies.

You might want to do so before posting elsewhere again.

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Just like a damn ranger though, the thing might be broke but its still tied to his ruck after 4 yrs!!!!!
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